"Summers" as written by and Noel Hartough....
Victor:
A lack of consideration is common law
In this town, we would file down our nails on concrete
To get out.

Find comfort in conditioning
We will hang ourselves on the branches that we climbed as kids

We are alarmed and unmoved
It's the memories that will stifle
Our movements in the end.

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When the buildings swallow the land, what will you call home?

Brandon:
We are alarmed and unmoved
It's the memories that will stifle
Our movements in the end.


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"Summers" as written by Noel Hartough

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